All you Need is Love and all Lovers Need is a Good Night Sleep

June 16, 2015
Is Snoring Ruining your Sex life? Not only is lying next to someone who snores all night annoying and disturbing it has now been proven that snoring can detrimentally effect your sex life. A study which examined the connection between a man’s sex life and his snoring and sleep patterns was published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. Researchers evaluated 827 men all of who have a regular sexual partner. They surveyed the group for information about their libido, erectile dysfunction, sexual satisfaction, frequency of sex, ejaculation and more. Then they asked then about their sleeping habits and whether they snore. In a comparison of the level of sexual satisfaction to the level of snoring it was found that men who snore more experience less sexual satisfaction. The research took into account factors like weight, smoking etc. In a more recent survey the British Snoring and Sleep Apnea Association asked their members about sex and snoring. Over half of those asked said they would make love more often if there was less snoring in the bedroom. A third of those asked said they hardly ever had sex because of the snoring. The survey was part of a campaign for National Stop Snoring Week. A representative of the association said that the psychosexual side of snoring is a significant element which is often overlooked. Couples claim their relationships would be better and their love life if they did not have to contend with snoring in the bedroom. Hispanic couple hugging on bed
  How Does Snoring Effect Sex? The physical and mental strain on the snoring partner can result in his or her lowered sex drive. Poor sleep effects the level of sex hormones in the body. The Mayo Clinic reports that snorers lose 15% of sleep – that leaves them with fewer sex hormones and a lower sex drive. The exact reason the snoring effects sexual satisfaction is still unclear. One of the obvious connections is that people who snore and those sleeping in the same bed are getting less sleep and so are more irritable, less energetic and simply want to get to bed to sleep. Snoring can even cause couples to fight and in some cases divorce. If you are having to sleep in a different room to avoid your partner’s snoring you are unlikely to be having much sex. A New York Times survey revealed that 25% of couples sleep in separate rooms because of snoring. Sleeping apart opens the door to living separate lives. When you are in separate rooms there is no spontaneous sex, you actually have to plan being in the same bed at the same time. Over time this leads to lower sexual activity. Cuddling, touching and bonding goes out the window. The resentment of the non-snoring partner can be enough to drive a wedge between a couple.
The Solution If you value your relationship handle the snoring problem by using an Anti-Snoring Jaw Support. This easy-to-use device will get rid of the snoring and allow you to continue with a healthy sex life.
  How Does it Work? When your jaw opens during sleep, your tongue moves to the back of your throat, further blocking your airways and limiting the air you can inhale. As previously described, the air that does make it through causes the noisy vibrations we all know as snoring. The Stop Snoring Today chin strap works by supporting the jaw and keeping the jaw and tongue in the correct alignment, thereby keeping the airway unobstructed. Unobstructed airways = NO MORE SNORING!